BTS' 'Fake Love' sells more than 500,000 copies in US, receives gold certification
The hit song "Fake Love" by K-pop boy band BTS has been certified gold in the United States.
The Recording Industry Association of America says the gold ranking is awarded to artists that sell over half-a-million copies of their single in the U.S. market.
This is BTS' third gold certification, all of which were earned this year.
The seven-member boy band has also been ranked first on the Billboard 'Social 50' chart for 57 consecutive weeks now.
It breaks the previous record of 56 weeks that was set by Justin Bieber.
And the good news keeps rolling in for BTS.
Their repackaged album "Love Yourself: Answer" is released next Friday.